The Gabba will play host to Saturday’s Round 17 AFL game between Brisbane Lions and St Kilda Saints. The game starts off at 7:25 pm with Brisbane Lions heading into the game as top picks with the bookmakers. Keep perusing for our inside and out see of the Brisbane Lions versus St Kilda Saints game.
When is Brisbane Lions vs St Kilda?
Brisbane Lions vs. St Kilda Saints match held at Metricon Stadium on Saturday, July 10th 2021, 7:25:00 pm.
How to watch Brisbane Lions vs St Kilda
Watch it live on Fox Footy (channel 504), or stream it on Kayo, from 7:20pm EST. Follow Brisbane v St Kilda in our live blog below! Channel 7 and Foxtel share the rights to AFL matches in Australia and the broadcasts vary across the country. As mentioned above Carlton vs Geelong is not on free-to-air TV. You need access to either Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now or Kayo Sports for this all-Victorian showdown.
Brisbane Lions vs St Kilda match preview
The Lions brought down the Crows by 52 to acquire a sound rate support.
In spite of winning by a major edge, Brisbane couldn’t shake off the persevering Crows until the finish of the match, which saw them kick eight of the last nine objectives of the match.
Chris Fagan’s side has now won 10 of their past 11 matches and has ascended to a solid situation to complete in the significant top four this season. The Gabba has become to some degree a post in the past couple of seasons and will be critical to the Lion’s life span in finals.
In the mean time, the Saints kept away from an alarm against the striving Magpies to win by nine.
Consecutive successes for the Saints have maybe revived their odds of an impossible finals finish in 2021. Be that as it may, because of their awful rate, they should dominate pretty much every game on the run home.
They could’ve further developed their simple rate last break against Collingwood, taking a noteworthy lead toward the finish of the third term, yet permitted Collingwood to mount a rebound to just win by two objectives.
Brisbane have been in fabulous structure as of later and I can’t see them losing this one in spite of not enjoying the benefit of their home ground.